Charlotte, NC, January 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Bednar Cosmetic Surgery of Charlotte is offering one of the latest advances in plastic surgery for augmentation procedures. Fat cell transfer or body fat transfer is a natural alternative to enhancing parts of the body, such as the breasts and buttocks. Compared to traditional breast augmentation techniques, a fat transfer augmentation removes fat from the body and transfers to the designated area(s) without the risk of complications or rejection.
As an added benefit, liposuction is used to remove the fat that will be used in the fat transfer to augment certain areas of the body. The fat is removed from the thighs, abdomen, buttocks or another area with excess fat, which slims and tones that area of the body on the patient.
Once the fat cells are harvested through liposuction, they are processed and purified before being injected into the area of the body being augmented. The fat is placed with precision to ensure the right aesthetics and most natural appearance while allowing the fat cells to survive.
“The ability to enhance an area of the body while trimming another is one of the many great benefits of a body fat transfer,” said Dr. Edward Bednar, medical director of Bednar Cosmetic Surgery of Charlotte. “Our patient’s results have been outstanding and thanks to the use of the patient’s own body fat, the risks are minimal and therefore one less thing a patient has to worry about when deciding on an augmentation procedure.”
For more information on fat transfer augmentation procedures, contact Bednar Cosmetic Surgery of Charlotte at (704) 366-6700 or visit www.drbednar.com. Bednar Cosmetic Surgery of Charlotte is located at 439 North Wendover Road.
About Bednar Cosmetic Surgery of Charlotte
Under the medical direction of Dr. Edward Bednar, a board certified plastic surgeon with over 25 years of practice experience, Bednar Cosmetic Surgery of Charlotte specializes in body and facial rejuvenation procedures and treatments. For more information, visit www.drbednar.com or call (704) 366-6700.